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, we collected the data, and we brought to washington. congress eventually enacted legislation declaring that every child in our country is entitled to an education, including those with disabilities. the struggle to bring people inside, to give them real ownership of the law, is as old as our republic. this summer, we are marking the 50th anniversary of dr. king's march on washington. the 165th anniversary of the seneca falls convention. signposts on our long march to a more perfect union, and occasions to celebrate the progress we have made. this is also a time to refocus on the remaining challenges. confidence in most of our important institutions has fallen to historic lows, even as our need for solid footing in a rapidly changing world has never been greater. skepticism of authority has been part of our national character since the pilgrims, and complaining about government is a treasured american pastime. but it is troubling that many americans continue to lose faith and trust in the press, in banks, and sports heroes, and the clergy, just about every institution. accordi
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